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No more compromise on slots, DeLeo says

Override vote called unlikely

House Speaker Robert A. DeLeo and Governor Deval Patrick had a collegial interlude at a bill-signing ceremony yesterday. House Speaker Robert A. DeLeo and Governor Deval Patrick had a collegial interlude at a bill-signing ceremony yesterday. (Barry Chin/ Globe Staff)
By Frank Phillips and Noah Bierman
Globe Staff / August 4, 2010

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House Speaker Robert A. DeLeo said yesterday that he will make no further compromises to save a bill to expand gambling in Massachusetts and is doubtful that the Legislature will return to override Governor Deval Patrick’s rejection of the controversial measure. (Full article: 839 words)

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